A University of Oregon fraternity was suspended amid suspicion that its members trashed a campsite at Lake Shasta in Northern California during the weekend, leaving behind piles of litter, including beer bottles and dozens of tents.
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A U.S. Senate appropriations subcommittee on Tuesday approved a defense-spending bill that includes $1 billion for a new Coast Guard heavy icebreaker, which could come on line as soon as 2022.
Weyerhaeuser has issued a policy change in response to outcry over its fee for access system. Its solution was to raise prices.
Coming soon to a website near you: 91-year-old bridge for sale. As is. You haul.
For Jason Swendt, the downside of globalization is not hypothetical.
One of several candidates for state schools superintendent is pulling out of that race and instead looking to return to the state Legislature.
Pot-related fatal crashes in Washington spiked upward after marijuana was voted legal in the fall of 2012.
Moments after Cowlitz tribal leaders urged the Vancouver City Council to begin working with them, the council unanimously voted Monday to overturn a 2007 resolution opposing the tribe’s casino project west of La Center.